Neurobiology 200 Mazes

Our Neurobiology 200 Semester Pak includes topics that span a general Neuroscience course beginning with synaptic and action potentials, neurotransmitters and molecular neurobiology. You can then quiz yourself on the Visual and Auditory systems before reviewing motor systems, learning and memory and a few highlights of Cognitive Neuroscience. Neuro200 presumes a basic understanding of Cell Biology (you can review our Bio101 Semester Pak for free). Under the Biology Tab you can find an assortment of other neuro games (or use the SEARCH box), including several under A&PII and a research-grade Zebrafish Neurobiology maze!
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  • 1.
    Neurobiology 200.1 - Nerve Cell Potentials

    The Neurobiology 200 Semester Pak begins with resting and action potentials, Hodgkin and Huxley channels and some other neuro basics. But it's best to first complete the Bio101 Semester Pak.

    Neurobiology 200.1 - Nerve Cell Potentials

    The Neurobiology 200 Semester Pak begins with resting and action potentials, Hodgkin and Huxley channels and some other neuro basics. But it's best to first complete the Bio101 Semester Pak.

    2.
    Neurobiology 200.2 - Ion Channels and Synapses

    Neurobiology 200.2 continues our electrical introduction to neurons with Neuronal Currents, Patch-Clamping, Gap Junctions, End-Plate Potentials and Synaptic Transmission.

    Neurobiology 200.2 - Ion Channels and Synapses

    Neurobiology 200.2 continues our electrical introduction to neurons with Neuronal Currents, Patch-Clamping, Gap Junctions, End-Plate Potentials and Synaptic Transmission.

    3.
    Neurobiology 200.3 - Neurotransmitters & Receptors

    Neurobiology 200.3 surveys the biology of Neurotransmitters systems including release, reuptake, synthesis, distribution, receptors and functions.

    Neurobiology 200.3 - Neurotransmitters & Receptors

    Neurobiology 200.3 surveys the biology of Neurotransmitters systems including release, reuptake, synthesis, distribution, receptors and functions.

    4.
    Neurobiology 200.4 - Molecular Neurobiology

    Neurobiology 200.4 tests understanding of system and cellular level signaling systems including second messengers, calcium dynamics, kinases and neuronal genes.

    Neurobiology 200.4 - Molecular Neurobiology

    Neurobiology 200.4 tests understanding of system and cellular level signaling systems including second messengers, calcium dynamics, kinases and neuronal genes.

    5.
    Neurobiology 200.5 - Visual System

    Neurobiology 200.5 is a good test/review of your photic skills from phototransduction in the retina to feature extraction in visual association areas. More neurosensory questions are found in the Neuro Level and A&P-II neuro games.

    Neurobiology 200.5 - Visual System

    Neurobiology 200.5 is a good test/review of your photic skills from phototransduction in the retina to feature extraction in visual association areas. More neurosensory questions are found in the Neuro Level and A&P-II neuro games.

    6.
    Neurobiology 200.6 - Auditory System

    Neurobiology 200.6 tracks auditory mechanics and signal processing from the middle and inner ear, through the cochlea to the brainstem and up to auditory cortex. Covers tonotopic maps, sound localization and animal communications. As with the rest of Neurobiology 200, keep a used Neuro text by your side as you review and extend your knowledge.

    Neurobiology 200.6 - Auditory System

    Neurobiology 200.6 tracks auditory mechanics and signal processing from the middle and inner ear, through the cochlea to the brainstem and up to auditory cortex. Covers tonotopic maps, sound localization and animal communications. As with the rest of Neurobiology 200, keep a used Neuro text by your side as you review and extend your knowledge.

    7.
    Neurobiology 200.7 - Motor Systems: Basics

    Neurobiology 200.7 is a good test of your "motor systems" basics, from motor units, to spinal circuits to primary motor cortex.

    Neurobiology 200.7 - Motor Systems: Basics

    Neurobiology 200.7 is a good test of your "motor systems" basics, from motor units, to spinal circuits to primary motor cortex.

    8.
    Neurobiology 200.8 - Basal Ganglia & Cerebellum

    Neurobiology 200.8 explores the Basal Ganglia and the Cerebellum -- one being the warp core of our CNS and the other is Purkinje's mysterious crystalline entity. Visit MichaelJFox.org.

    Neurobiology 200.8 - Basal Ganglia & Cerebellum

    Neurobiology 200.8 explores the Basal Ganglia and the Cerebellum -- one being the warp core of our CNS and the other is Purkinje's mysterious crystalline entity. Visit MichaelJFox.org.

    9.
    Neurobiology 200.9 - Synaptic Plasticity & Memory

    Neurobiology 200.9 explores learning and memory processes in the brain, from Aplysian sensitization to neocortical information storage. LTP, LTD and hippocampus are considered along with imprinting and Alzheimer's disease.

    Neurobiology 200.9 - Synaptic Plasticity & Memory

    Neurobiology 200.9 explores learning and memory processes in the brain, from Aplysian sensitization to neocortical information storage. LTP, LTD and hippocampus are considered along with imprinting and Alzheimer's disease.

    10.
    Neurobiology 200.10 - Neocortex & Cognitive System

    Neurobio 200.10 is a "cognitive sampler" that traverses a range of neocortical operations including neural coding, language, problem solving, attention, and object recognition.

    Neurobiology 200.10 - Neocortex & Cognitive System

    Neurobio 200.10 is a "cognitive sampler" that traverses a range of neocortical operations including neural coding, language, problem solving, attention, and object recognition.

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